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Simplicity can be so beautiful, and this design from Kristin Schwarze of & Chips has done a wonderful job with this quilt! This was her first quilt design and it uses fat quarters very efficiently. She did the project as a feature for Sew Mama Sew, and this is a great one for beginners! More from Kristin:
"Hello, my name is Kristin and I love ladders. I really do. There are ladders big and small around my house; one is just for displaying quilts at the bottom of my staircase. So when given the opportunity to design a quilt block using fat quarters, guess what sprang to my mind? And who doesn’t love to collect these little 18″ by 21″ cuts? But that means we always need ideas for using them. This tutorial is for an easy and efficient 12 inch (12.5″ unfinished) block in the lattice style. Since the lattice is made up of ladders, I call it the “Ladder Lattice.” Say that five times fast."
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Finished Size: 48" x 48" (122cm x 122cm)
Skill Level: Beginner
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